Originally posted by Korvac:
And are you rubber and the rest of us glue? Does whatever we say stick to us and bounce of you?
No, of course not...whatever you type
bounces off me and sticks to you, silly.
I must say Talon, I always enjoy your intellectual, considered approach to the statements of others. It's good to see that you're prepared to actually respond to other's posts rather than just resort to infantile putdowns because you can't actually respond to the points raised.
Thank you...I was beginning to think that no one noticed!
The title you picked for this thread was based on a crude and blatant piece of calculated propaganda - it's like someone still citing the Tonkin gulf incident as justification for the Vietnam War.
The title is most accurate, probably why you're still here after eight pages trying unsuccessfully to disprove it.
It was a staged photo op, featuring people flown into the country and protected by tanks from being interupted by anybody who actually lived there. This has been demonstrated at length.
"Demonstrated"? Heh. It's been "offered" and summarily rejected. I suppose the thousands of people that have been shown in the last three weeks hugging the soldiers and smiling and stomping Saddam's face with their shoes have all been staged as well. And the moon landing was faked too, hunh!
Altered photos that you crowed as evidence of propaganda on the peace side were actually clear evidence of propaganda by pro war forces - an embarrasing little slip that you've never had the guts to address.
Maybe the "embarrassing slip" is confusing me with someone else?
So what are you gonna do now? Accuse my mother of wearing army boots? Say 'I know you are but what am I?' Call me a big stupid head?
Your mom doesn't exactly wear army boots...but there is
a pair under her bed.